Energy Transfer
RECENT HISTORY
   
2013  
  • Announced Trunkline conversion to provide crude oil pipeline access to the eastern Gulf Coast refinery market from the Patoka, Illinois hub.
  • Completed transactions to simplify partnership structure with the contribution of SUGS to Regency and ETP's acquisition of ETE interest in ETP Holdco.
  • Announced plans with SXL and Lone Star, to construct a liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) export/import facility on the Gulf Coast, and executed long-term, fee based agreements with anchor tentant.
  • Received DOE approval to export liquefied natural gas ("LNG") from our existing Lake Charles facility for up to 15 million metric tons, and subsequently entered into a project development agreement with BG to jointly develop the LNG export project.
  • Closed on the exchange of 50.16 million ETP common units previously owned by ETE, for new Class H units issued by ETP that track 50% of the underlying economics of the general partner and IDRs of SXL.
  • Placed in-service Lone Star's second fractionator at its facility in Mont Belvieu, Texas, bringing Lone Star's total fractionation capacity at Mont Belvieu to 200,000 barrels per day.
  • Completed the sale of the assets of Missouri Gas Energy to Laclede Gas Company, for $975 million.
  • Announced distribution increases for ETP & ETE in the third quarter.
   
2012  
  • Completed contribution of propane business to AmeriGas Partners, L.P.
  • Announced a second Mont Belvieu fractionation plant and expansion of Eagle Ford projects.
  • ETE completed the merger with Southern Union Company; ETP acquired Southern Union's 50% interest in Citrus Corp., which owns Florida Gas Transmission.
  • ETP completed the merger with Sunoco, Inc.; ETP acquired Sunoco‚Äôs general partner interests, incentive distribution rights, and 32.4% limited partner interest in Sunoco Logistics Partners, L.P.
  • At completion of merger with Sunoco, Inc., ETP Holdco Corporation is formed to improve operating efficiency of assets.
  • Announced plans to sell regulated utilities to Laclede Gas Company, Inc.
   
2011
  • ETP and Regency acquired the natural gas liquids (NGL) business of Louis Dreyfus Highbridge Energy and formed Lone Star NGL JV.
  • Lone Star NGL JV announced new Mont Belvieu fractionation plant and West Texas NGL pipeline projects to significantly expand liquids platform.
  • Expansion of Eagle Ford shale projects with the Rich Eagle Ford Mainline pipeline and new processing facility in Jackson County, TX.
   
2010
  • FEP and Tiger completed ahead of schedule and significantly under budget.
  • ETE completes acquisition of the general partner of Regency Energy Partners.
   
2009
  • MEP completed and placed in-service.
  • Completed Phoenix and San Juan projects, expanding Transwestern Pipeline.
  • Initiated open season for new interstate gas pipeline, Tiger Pipeline.
   
2008
  • Completed and placed into service several large diameter pipelines, including Southeast Bossier, Paris Loop and Carthage Loop pipelines.
  • Initiated open season for new interstate gas pipeline, Fayetteville Express Pipeline ("FEP"), a 50/50 joint venture with KMP.
   
2007
  • Completed the first 42-inch diameter natural gas pipeline in the state of Texas in 2007.
  • Initiated open season for new interstate gas pipeline, Midcontinent Express Pipeline ("MEP"), a 50/50 joint venture with Kinder Morgan Energy Partners ("KMP").
   
2006
  • Energy Transfer Equity was formed in 2002 and was privately held until February 2006, when ETE completed its IPO. Public trading of ETE units began on February 3, 2006 on the NYSE ticker symbol ETE.
  • ETP acquired Transwestern Pipeline.
   
2005
  • ETP acquired Houston Pipeline.
   
2004
  • ETP acquired the TUFCO pipeline system.
  • Energy Transfer Partners, L.P. (NYSE:ETP) became a publicly traded partnership.